Compassionate, Personalized Primary Care
Nanda D Ramsaroop, MD
Residency: NYU Medical Center
Board-Certified: American Board of Internal Medicine
Member: American College of Physicians, American Medical Association
“As a primary care provider for anyone 18 and over, I think it is important to take care of the whole person, not just one part of the body. Preventing disease is just as important as treating it. I enjoy the one-on-one relationships with my patients. I am friendly and I enjoy spending quality time with each patient, listening to their concerns so I can develop the right treatment plan. My main goal is to work on preventive care."
“I listen closely to what patients are telling me and what they think is wrong. It helps with arriving at a more accurate diagnosis and developing a plan of care that addresses their concerns and mine."
“I really enjoy gardening. I love to grow beautiful things such as flowers, and things that sustain and support life such as fruitsand vegetables.”
Daphna Barasch, DO
DO: Ohio University School of Osteopathic Medicine
Internship: St. John West Shore Hospital
Residency: North Shore University Hospital
Hospital Affiliation: Forest Hills Hospital
Dr. Barasch is also fluent in Hebrew.
“I chose family medicine because I wanted to build long-standing relationships with my patients and their family members while delivering quality health care. What makes family medicine unique is being able to deliver comprehensive health care to individuals and families."
“My mission is to help you achieve optimal health through healthy lifestyle choices and disease prevention. My hope is to provide a friendly and safe environment for your care, and address your needs by giving you the time and attention that you deserve along with up-to-date medical care. There is a lot of personal satisfaction in knowing I have the background and education to be able to help people when they are in need. I listen carefully to each patient and give them the personal attention that they deserve."
“My personal interests include travel, fashion/art, and most importantly, spending quality time with my family. In the future, I am looking forward to building more community involvement.”
Sharda Ramsaroop, MD
MD: Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
Internship: University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ
Residency: Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Geriatrics Fellowship: New York Presbyterian, Weill Cornell Medicine
“I feel honored to work with patients and their families every day to care for their health and well-being. As an Internist, my clinical practice focuses on comprehensive, primary care. This encompasses all needs; from preventive care to managing complex, chronic illnesses.”
“As a Geriatrician, I strive to provide all-inclusive care for older adults with the goal of maximizing function and quality of life. My experience and training in Geriatrics allows me to diagnose conditions that often present differently in older adults, manage geriatric syndromes such as memory loss, falls and multiple medications. I believe strongly that the care of older adults includes robust communication with all involved; including, specialists, family members, caregivers and community agencies. I always work to provide up to date, evidence-based care.”
“I appreciate my relationships with patients. I endeavor to be open, thorough and compassionate.”
“Personally, I enjoy sewing. Specifically, I make quilts. I find it relaxing and enjoy putting colors and patterns together to create something unique and beautiful.”
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